Looking for 'Fun' in Hertz Car Rental

PARK RIDGE, N.J. -- Hertz has launched the Hertz Fun Collection, featuring vehicles made for travelers looking for man than just a means of transportation.

Based on customer feedback and research on the types of vehicles today's travelers prefer driving, the Hertz Fun Collection features convertibles including the Ford Mustang, Mazda Miata, Toyota Solara, PT Cruiser and Chrysler Sebring; coupes/roadsters including Ford Mustang (hard-top), PT Cruiser, Chevy HHR and Nissan 350Z; and SUVs such as the Ford Escape XLT Sport, Jeep Wrangler, Nissan Murano and Hummer H3.

Hertz has also installed SIRIUS Satellite Radio in the Fun Collection vehicles. The 35 models available in the Fun Collection can be specifically reserved – similar to the Hertz Prestige Collection.

From December 1, customers are able to reserve Fun Collection vehicles for rental beginning January 5, 2006. More than 8,000 Fun Collection vehicles will be available at various airport locations in Florida, California, Nevada, Hawaii, Arizona and Colorado.

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